The AABP tradeshow is a two-day show with a diverse group of attendees. The AABP Conference provides continuing education for veterinarians that work with dairy and beef cattle.
This is an outstanding opportunity to participate in one of the most comprehensive scientific programs ever assembled on cattle disease and production.
Back again this year are small group Clinical Forums, which give you, the bovine practitioner, opportunities to "pick the brains" of experts on an array of clinical topics.
Regardless of your interest areas, you will leave the conference with information that you can take home and use immediately in your own practice … the kind of information that will make you a better bovine practitioner.
We again welcome the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners, which will meet jointly with the AABP in Albuquerque. All registrants will be able to attend sessions scheduled throughout the week as part of the AABP and AASRP conference agendas … ideal for the mixed animal practitioner.
In addition to the Scientific Sessions, there are Practice Tips, Research Summaries, Student Case Presentations, and scientific posters that will be presented at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
The American Association of Bovine Practitioners is an international association of over 5,000 members organized to enhance the professional lives of its members through relevant continuing eduction that will improve the well being of cattle as well as the economic success of their owners. The AABP tradeshow is a two-day show with a diverse group of attendees. The AABP Conference provides continuing education for veterinarians that work with dairy and beef cattle. The American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners will participate in the AABP Conference and will provide additional programs of interest to their members.
The American Association of Bovine Practitioners is composed of veterinarians interested in bovine medicine. It was founded in 1965 as a "not-for-profit" organization and has grown to a membership of approximately 6000 veterinarians. Most of the members are from the United States, but we have approximately 500 Canadian members and 200 members from other countries. The United States is divided into 11 geographical districts, and Canada is divided into two districts. We are affiliated with the American Veterinary Medical Association and the World Association for Buiatrics.